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in the country. >> financial reporter jason brooks is checking all the numbers this morning. he joins us with more. >> good morning. if you've been out looking to buy a home, you've seen how much they've gone up in the past few months. according to the report the top 20 markets in the country, bay area prices were up only second to phoenix. 18.9%. overall across the country , in february, prices were up 9.3%. fastest gain in 7 months. bay area home prices were up a half percent from january. >>> yahoo getting into the online tv business. going to start producing its own series this fall. one of them starring office and hangover star in a show called tiny commando. start as a 4-inch crime fighter. one of them with john stamos. appear on yahoo come this fall. something netflix has gotten traction out of it. apple had its best session. the iphone 5 s could debut. >>> big gains yesterday. the dow was up over 10 points. lower by about 40. nasdaq clinging to positive territory. apple is doing well again today. up 1.5%. back to you. >> all i can focus on is ed as a 4-inch super hero. >> missing
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radio's financial reporter jason brooks coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, it happened just after three yesterday morning. the suspd meteor caused a flurry of c from frightened >>> a fireball in argentina overnight around 3 a.m. yesterday. the suspected meteor caused a flurry of calls from frighten witnesses. some reported feeling a slight tremor soon after seeing the bright light. it's believed the fireball disintegrated when it entered the earth's atmosphere but i said earlier after what happened in russia, couple of months ago, all hands on deck there. >>> 6:44 now. the state legislature is turning up heat on the california public utilities commission. >> lawmakers are calling for a ange ship ac the agency of failing to improve safety after the san bruno pipeline explosion. melissa griffin joins us from the examiner. >> reporter: you guys might remember back in 2010 after the san bruno pipeline explosion that killed 8 people, the federal government conducted an investigation and said pg&e is mostly responsible but the california public utilities commission should have detected thes
's financial reporter jason brooks when we come back. stay with us. check of weather. >>> i have to separate you two. >> about to fall off the desk here. >> my wheel is coming off. >> all right. >> your wheel came off a long time ago. [ laughter ] >> patchy fog at the coastline and dense at the beaches but we have some great weather coming our way again. windy in spots inland though. you have to watch out for that. sunshine for most, though, as we head in toward the afternoon, and again a little bit cooler but still on the warm side. slow cooling though continuing as we head in toward the next few days. but high pressure beginning to slide a little bit further to the north. that's allowed some low clouds and fog to begin to stretch in from the south. we are seeing more of that fog so gradual cooling starting today still on the warm side inland and then more cooling toward wednesday and thursday. how about the temperatures around the bay area today? they should still be very nice and warm. 83 degrees in san jose. 81 milpitas. 80 degrees in palo alto and 75 in hayward. east bay temperatures mo
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'll crunch the numbers with jason brooks when we come back. so stay right there. ,, ,,,,,,,,,, look at them kids. [ sigh ] they have no idea what it was like before u-verse high speed internet. yeah, you couldn't just stream movies to a device like that. one time, i had to wait half a day to watch a movie. you watched movies?! i was lucky if i could watch a show. show?! man, i was happy to see a sneezing panda clip! trevor, have you eaten today? you sound a little grumpy. [ laughter ] [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. year... we get the latest numbers fm 's financial re >>> apple shares haven't been so low in more than a year. we get the latest numbers from kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne. good morning, frank. a rough day for apple yesterday as stock got bruised and a number of analysts downgraded them before its earnings report next week along with a key supplier of audio chips cirrus logic warning its report was going to be bad and apple is cirrus logic'
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are making more money and spending it. >> here now is jason brooks on a monday. good morning. >> good morning, frank and michelle. consumer spending is the key. makes up about two thirds of the overall economy. the commerce department is reporting growth in march came in at 2/10th of a percent. those were slower gained than in the prior month. but incomes managing to offset much in the way of that payroll tax increase we saw at the beginning of this year. apple continues to dominate. jd power and associates out with service satisfaction results. and right now apple's ipad taking the lead scoring 836 out of 1,000 points. amazon's kindle fire not far behind with 829. samsung in third with 822. idc reported ipad took 48% of the market in the first quarter. android devices came in 43%. market off to a positive start this morning. the dow heading higher by 17 points. s&p up by 4. solid start for apple up over 1.5%. back to you. >> all right, jason thank you. >> thank you, jason. 6:48 now. the san jose downtown association is considering legal action against major league baseball and the giants. ml
brooks, you can come up to the front row. >>> hi, jason freed, lafco staff. chair came in and gave his comments. i do want to talk for a second about the pg&e option that you guys have been fixating on. i don't think we should be worried on t but it is definitely an issue to be a dreadtion. the numbers we're use now are based on what pg&e is saying in the press and not i believe a realistic final price of what this product is. i am willing to bet that from what i've seen in the press and what the tart consolidate has been able to track down, what they're talking -- they're talking the base price of energy. they're not incorporating how much they're going to spend on marketing on the price. not administrative costs. i'm not sure that they're including everything that needs to be incorporated into that final price. so, if we're here today trying to figure out what pg&e's final price is going to be, we don't know what that is. we know what their base price is going to be based on just the energy, but there's a lot of other costs that get added into that price. and, so, i don't think that
carroll in new york and hln law enforcement analyst mike brooks in atlanta. jason, let me begin with you, because i was listening to this news conference, as i know you were, and i was stunned to learn there were six more bombs these guys had at their disposal. >> yeah. it's sobering when you hear about what new york officials learned through the joint terrorism task force they said last night, again, six improvised explosive devices, one was the pressure cooker type of bomb used during the boston bombing, the other five pipe bombs. this is what the two brothers had in their possession and even though the commissioner and mayor michael bloomberg say this was a spontaneous decision, it's still pretty sobering to think about the idea that these two brothers, had they not run out of gas and had they not been caught, had this sort of improvised, spontaneous plan to drive down to new york city. initially we were told from police officials here that the initial plan was for them to come to new york city to party. i know you remember that report, as well, but after they had an opportunity to in
paperwork this and will be determined on a case by case basis. brooke? >> okay, jason carol, thank you very much. we want you to join tonight erin burnett out front at 7:00 eastern when she takes on the question, our social media sites the next breeding ground for terrorists. that's right here on cnn. >> the bombing suspect's father postponed his trip to the u.s. indefinitely. he says for health reasons. that's according to the suspect's mother. earlierhe fathe had agreed to fly to the u.s. as early as today and cooperate with investigators. the mother also has decided not to come to the u.s. she's wanted on felony charges of shoplifting and destruction of property in massachusetts. that's where the parents lived until last year. >>> pale, bleeding, legs gone. it was this extremely graphic picture that sent shock waves across the world. 27-year-old jeff bowman had been waiting for his girlfriend to cross the finish line and minutes later he was being wheeled away from the explosion site. his legs severed below the knee. carlos arrendondo holding his artery as he ran alongside him to slow th
, not just yet. brooke, chris? >> so many people ready for that street to be open. so many restaurants and stores and people just want to get back in there on boylston. jason carol, thank you so much. and as you were mentioning, you know, we're talking with cnn to a lot of the family members here of these two suspects. specifically there is an aunt in russia who showed cnn this family photograph of this older brother, tamerlan tsarnaev, as a little baby. and now investigators, there it is, now investigators are wondering what happened to transform this baby boy into this criminal, this murderer, suspected, suspected bomber, the mastermind of the blast monday as his brother has alleged from this hospital bed? certainly no doubt federal investigators are turning to tamerlan's social media accounts and they're probing to see if the 26-year-old had direct ties to al qaeda. of course, the group responsible for 9/11. >> and it gets more and more complicated. we'll bring you cnn terrorism analyst paul crookshank. what, right now, is the best thinking on where the investigators are in terms of
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